I'm being cared for by: Little Orphan Angels Animal Rescue, Inc.
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Frankie
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: Orange Or Red Tabby
already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Visit our website to fill out an adoption application at www.littleorphanangels.org or visit our new adoption location at Petsense 5615 Rufe Snow Dr. North Richland Hills TX 76180 beginning October 1, 2016. Frankie is a little orange girl who is on the petite side. She was raised as a bottle baby with her siblings and is incredibly sweet and affectionate with her foster family. She usually asks permission to hop in your lap by making eye contact with you and waiting on you to pat your lap. But don’t wait too long, because not making eye contact with her is the same as permission. Lol She will purr and cuddle with you and then, as if to say “excuse me….be right back”, she will hop down, wrestle and roll with her brother, Sammy, and hop right back up and continue her purring. She’s very human oriented, lives with dogs large and small, adult cats and other kittens. Frankie would LOVE to be adopted with her brother, but at the very least will need a sweet, playful young cat her in forever home. She loves cuddling, playing and sleeping with her feline housemates.
LOA wants to make every adoption permanent, so we will work with you to find you the cat that fits your household. We offer a two week "sleep over" where you become the cat's foster parent just to see how the cat fits with your household. After two weeks, if the cat fits your household the adoption is finalized. We also have a behaviorist on staff to help if any issues arise.
About LOA: Little Orphan Angels Animal Rescue (LOA) is a 501c(3), non-profit, humane animal organization dedicated to the rescue and adoption of companion cats and dogs, which are needlessly euthanized because they are homeless. LOA has existed for over a decade.
LOA promotes responsible pet guardianship by requiring all adopted animals to be tested and vaccinated for diseases, examined by qualified veterinarians and spayed or neutered at the appropriate age.
LOA screens potential adoption applicants to ensure that the adoption of an animal has the highest possible chance for a successful, lifelong placement.
LOA is also dedicated to educating the public about the plight of homeless animals and the need to control over-population through spay and neutering.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Adoptions: Saturday from 11am to 3pm at Petsense
Petsense Address: 5615 Rufe Snow Dr. North Richland Hills, Texas 76180
Our Adoption Process...
LOA Adoption Process:
1. Connect with a cat during our adoption events at Petsmart. 2. Work with the LOA adoption coordinator to determine if that cat is the right fit for your household. If not, another cat may be suggested. 3. Fill out an application. Only once you are approved, can you move forward in the process. 4. For two weeks, the cat comes to your house for a “sleep over” and you become their foster parent. This is to ensure the cat fits into your household. 5. If the cat does fit your household, then after two weeks LOA and you will finalize the adoption. If the cat is not a match, LOA will work with you to determine a cat that may work better for your household. 6. Once adopted, LOA is there with behavioral support and nail trims. You are not on your own.
LOA Adoption Fee: $150
All cats adopted from LOA receive the following vet care that is included in the adoption fee: • Tested for FIV and FeLV (Feline Leukemia) • Spay or Neuter at the appropriate age • All required vaccinations and boosters at the appropriate time - Rabies, FVRCP, FeLV • Tests for intestinal parasites (At least 4 rounds of de-wormer if needed) • Microchip • Free well pet exam at time of adoption • Free consultations with cat behaviorist as needed • Free nail trims
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